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  • Electrical Engineer specializing in automation. All-around geek. I got into craft beer during college, and brewing in late 2011. Some of my favorite breweries are Jester King, Boulevard, Thirsty Planet, Dogfish Head, and Stone.rnrnMy current favorite beers: Jester King (Boxer's Revenge, Buddah's Brew. Funk Metal) and Stone Ruination IPA
  • Electrical Engineer
  • Metal: Devin Townsend, Becoming the Archetype, Between the Buried and Me, mc chris, etc.
  • Setup:rn- Spike Brewing 10gal SS Brew Kettle with Sight Glassrn- 52qt Mash Tun with custom segmented manifold.rn- 10gal HLTrn- 6.5gal glass Carboy (Primary)rn- 6.5gal bucket (Primary 2)rn- 5gal glass Carboy (Secondary)rn- 5gal ball lock corny kegrn- 5# CO2 Tankrn- Haier 5 cu.ft. Chest Freezer with Love Controlsrn- Blichmann Floor Burner with 24" extensions
  • CDA, EPA, DIPA, IPA, Saison, Stout, Porter, Wheat, and something I like to call Mammal Sauce
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  • Unnamed Brown, Sauced Claus Cider, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reinbeer
  • 226IBU Unnamed HopMonster IPA
  • Male
  • Married
  • Irving
  • Texas


  • Posted in thread: PLC - Touchscreen Control Panel (TEB Based) on 06-09-2016 at 02:39 PM
    I liveee!!!Let's get this sucker resurrected.

  • Posted in thread: The HomeBrewTalk 2015 Big Giveaway! on 03-17-2015 at 03:15 PM
    My body is ready.I'm in.

  • Posted in thread: Irving, Texas on 03-10-2015 at 09:32 PM
    We're not in Irving, but if you to check our club out, the link is in my signature. Our
    meetings are inside the loop, so we're relatively close.Thanks. I did more research after my
    post and found yall...

  • Posted in thread: 240v Heating Element or Elements in HLT on 03-06-2015 at 10:57 PM
    I believe the elements should be wired in parallel, not in series.Sort of correct. If you are
    stepping down the wire size, each element will be in parallel with the source and its own,
    separate, prote...

  • Posted in thread: Help me eliminate some valves... on 03-06-2015 at 10:41 PM
    Actually, I hadn't considered CIP all that much. I have a bunch of silicone hoses with cam
    locks and figured I'd just wash individually. However, you've now got me thinking about hard
    piping this syst...

  • Posted in thread: Help me eliminate some valves... on 03-06-2015 at 02:16 PM
    Have you considered CIP?

  • Posted in thread: PLC - Touchscreen Control Panel (TEB Based) on 03-05-2015 at 06:26 PM
    I found an Allen Bradley Micro830 on Ebay with 2 channels of motor control and two analog
    inputs. My dream is to build a RIMS system with a variable speed recirc pump to maintain liquid
    level above gr...

  • Posted in thread: Irving, Texas on 03-04-2015 at 11:03 PM
    Irving Brewers. I want to start a homebrew club.I want to start something more local than
    Dallas or Fort Worth. I brew with 3 buddies, but we have topped out what we can learn together.
    I will soon ha...

  • Posted in thread: Brew Boss for a brewer in a wheelchair on 03-03-2015 at 02:40 PM
    You could always use pumps to move liquid. You could also use a pneumatic/hyraulic arm to "tip"
    the mash tun for easy cleanup.Mechanically you could use a come along winch or a block and
    pulley system...

  • Posted in thread: Manual PID tuning oddities. on 02-25-2015 at 08:31 PM
    I was really confused for a bit, I was like, this guy seems to know his stuff, wait... what did
    he say that's completely backw..... ohhhhh.Haha thank you. I have only been in the biz for 5
    years, and ...

Catahoula Brewing My Automated Brewery WIP Kegged: El Dorado Pale Ale, Cider V2.0 Fermenting:Cran-Apple Cider, Sour-Funk Cran-Apple Cider. Bottled: Jah-lap-uh-no (Jalapeno Cream Ale), Four You (Orange Chocolate Oatmeal Stout)